Our anticoagulation therapy teams monitor and manage people who are taking anticoagulants such as Warfarin to thin their blood.
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The Assistive Communication Service (ACS) has been identified by NHS England as one of the specialised Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) service for London. We deliver specialised AAC assessments, prescription, initial training and set up of equipment. The
The BCPA is a central point of contact for advice and referrals into CLCH Community services. We provide a 7 day service, 8am to 8 pm, 365 days a year.
The single point of access for specialist nursing & therapy (SPA) is a centralised referral processing and appointments booking centre which is based at St Charles Hospital in Kensington.
Our brief therapy for stroke survivors service is open to stroke survivors aged over 18 who live in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
The carers counselling service is open to carers aged over 18 who are looking after someone resident in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Our children's nursing teams provide specialist nursing care, respite care and therapeutic play to children with nursing needs and complex health problems, in their own home, school or nursery.
Our community dental service provides dental treatment for those adults and children whose needs are such that they cannot be treated in an ordinary general dental practice.
A newly integrated health and social care service aimed at helping avoid hospital admissions and reduce dependency on long-term services.
- Community nursing
- District nursing
- Health visiting
- Community rehabilitation
- Podiatry (foot health)
- Walk-in and urgent care centres
Latest Service News
CLCH has been appointed to deliver school nursing services, including immunisation services, in Hounslow for children and young people aged between five and 19.
The revamped version of our quaretly trust magazine, renamed @CLCH, is now available.
Reducing the numbers of people with undiagnosed infection through promotion of HIV testing is a key part of Hertfordshire's Sexual Health Strategy (2014- 2019)